Couples Counselling

Couples & Relationship Psychotherapy helps couples understand each other by improving communication and by exploring how to express feelings, manage conflicts and disagreements, in present or previous relationships.

Couples Counselling can work for any couple seeking to change the way they relate. The Hudson Centre works with all types of couples: married couples, co-habiting, homosexual, heterosexual and partnerships. We also work with adult families over the age of 18

What is Couples Counselling?

Couples Counselling begins with you meeting one of our skilled therapists for 1.5 hours to explore your history and the nature of the issues you are confronting together. You and your therapist will come up with a plan based on your needs. The therapist will also discuss whether you will meet as a couple or individually for the short term or long term in your first assessment appointment.

To make an appointment call + 44 2074934488

The couples counselling process can take some time since both parties need to establish a wavelength on which to communicate but the process offers great results.

The Hudson Centre also offers:
Couples Intensive Weekend

The Couple’s Intensive Weekend Programme is designed for any couple recovering from infidelity, pornography, spouse betrayal and addiction trauma. This 2.5 day Weekend Workshop will benefit couples who:

  • are new to recovery
  • have been in recovery for a while and are ready to move forward on their path of growth and healing
  • want to develop an even healthier relationship and greater intimacy
Couples Recovery from Trauma of Sex Addiction

Sex addiction is a progressive disease that consumes lives, destroys relationships and robs addicts and their partners of self-respect. Spouses and partners of sex addicts are often traumatised by the discovery of betrayal.

The Hudson Centre has a Programme designed for any couple recovering from sexual addiction, and it utilises specific psycho-educational techniques such as:

  • origins of sexual addiction
  • betrayal trauma, and the barriers to intimacy
  • healthy sexuality and communication
  • understanding principles of recovery and healthy boundaries
  • reclaiming your own power and the ability to make more balanced decisions